Getting started with any DAW can feel pretty daunting. It’s kinda like learning a new language. Even though a tree is a tree is a tree, “tree” in English isn’t “tree” in Spanish. According to spanishdict.com, it’s “el árbol.”
(I didn’t want to risk pretending I knew what tree in Spanish was. My apologies!)
So maybe you just bought Logic Pro X. And you’re ready to bring your creative ideas to life. You know what you want for your instrument, sample or song. But the question is – how do you do it?
To help you learn the ins and outs of Logic Pro X, the kind folks at Apple have included a slew of helpful Projects and Templates. Which includes:
- Starter Grids so you can get familiar with Logic’s brand new Live Loops workflow
- Demo Songs from major recording artists like Billie Eilish and, previously, Beck
- Tutorials to get you acquainted with new features and tools such as Live Loops, Quick Sampler and the Step Sequencer
- Project Templates fit for any type of creative situation. From hip hop to multitrack recording
There are so many exciting tools and sounds waiting for you in these extra Logic Projects. Which is why it’s well worth examining each of them.
So in today’s video, I wanted to revel in how awesome these Projects and Templates actually are. Plus: I dig into Garageband for iOS to see if there are any clues of what’s in store for the future of Logic Pro X.